A very pretty pair of antique white opaline vases with a ruffled rim. Hand painted gilt trim and laurel leaf with bow on front and scattered stars on back.
5” Diameter x 10” High
A rare set of four hand drawn and colored engravings drawn by Jean-Gabriel Pretre and Meunier, and engraved by Fournier, Teillard and Legrand. They are plate12, plate 24, plate 20 and plate 22. From the "Dictionnaire of the University D'histoire Naturelle" and published in Paris.. circa 1800 to 1850. All are in Birdseye maple frames. The condition is excellent and they display beautifully together.
12” Wide x16” High x .75” Deep
Counter top perfume display cabinet with “Perfumery’ across the top of each sliding glass door. Doors with brass pulls. Cabinet has six glass shelves and many slots to arrange them at varying heights. The back is mirrored and all the glass and mirrors are without any cracks.
A wonderful display piece for any collection.
55” Wide x 7.5” Deep x 35.25” High
A set of four English Ambassador Ware fish plates. Each plate depicting one of four different fish on an antique white background with black trim followed by an antique white edge.
Ambassador Ware was produced by Simpsons Ltd. of Cobridge, Stoke-on-Trent, England. Eugene L. Fondeville was a registered porcelain distributor in 1942 in New York, USA.
A pair of perfume bottles a matching dresser box and a mirror all in a wonderful art deco style with black trim.
Mirror is 11" Wide x 6.5" Deep
Bottles 2" Diameter x 4.25" High
Dish 4" Diameter x 3.5" High
A 19th century Chinese vase with pink flowers, tables, vases and cats. I just love everything going on with this vase and all the colors, pinks, blues, yellows and greens all set on a pure white background. Small black mark inside rim but without any chips or cracks.
Famille Rose, Republic Period
7” Diameter x 14.5” High
A wonderful necessaries set for display. White glazed with a yellow and black asymmetrical design this art deco pitcher and bowl set is signed Faiencerie Belgique, St. Ghislain. Most likely the production of the Art Déco Faiencerie period by Emile Lombart 1920 - 1930.
Signs of wear to paint and a hairline crack in pitcher, small chipping but still a wonderful display piece with the wear consistent with age.
Pitcher 8.5” Wide x 5.5” Deep x 9.75” High
Bowl 12.5” Diameter x 4.75” High
Antique Imari plates by Thomas Minton & Sons, Stoke-on-Trent, England. Classic red, white and blue with mustard color trim. Late 18th to early 19th century.
13.75ʺW × 1.75ʺD × 13.75ʺH
A primitive early American apothecary box with twelve drawers. Even the knobs appear to be handmade and attached with old single slot screws. I filled this last year with Christmas soldiers popping out of the drawers and it was adorable. Can be used for various displays throughout the year or simply add to your collection. A wonderful primitive piece with signs of wear and age.
23” Wide x 7” Deep x 14.5” High
Museum quality round white opaline box with Dutch silver hallmarked finial and silver band. Dutch silversmiths marks Willem Baksteen and Cornelius Johannes Middendorp, who worked in Rotterdam 1861-1889.
A similar piece can be found at the Rotterdam Museum.
Dutch, Netherlands, Circa 1878
Deep blue center design with imperfect center circle. Floral design on underside of dish. Bands around bottom pedestal not perfectly matching.
7” Wide x 5.75” Deep x 2” High
An original terra cotta acorn finial with acanthus leaf on base. This is in it’s original as found state but I just adore the time aged patina! Would look wonderful in a vignette of antique books.
or other treasures, or place as a focal point in the garden. Wherever you choose to place it I’m certain you will admire it often.
7.5ʺW × 7.5ʺD × 18ʺH
Japanese Moriage dressier box with hand painted. water lilliees and gold beading.
Marked IEC & Co Hand Painted Japan.
Most likely early period Noritake 1885-1905
4” Diameter x 3” High
A handsome pair of Copeland Spode Bird and Border plates with a black outer scalloped edge and with birds and flowers with fabulous jewel greens, vibrant blues and soft rose colors. Lovely for display pieces.
An English antique brass slipper box for warming your slippers near the fire with a floral motif and wonderful patina. A great storage piece. Has a front latch and side handles.
11” Square x 9” High
Caithness Black and White Bud Vase
Mid Century Scottish glass bud vase in a black and white swirl design by Caithness with original sticker.
3.75” Diameter x 4.75” High